Anthropology lectures (University of Chicago, 1975)

Collection Descriptive Notes
In Spring Quarter 1975 various University of Chicago anthropologists give lectures in their areas of expertise. It is not known what sort of seminar or conference hosted these lectures, nor is it clear how far from complete this series is.
Collection Technical Notes
Unerased material heard on several of the tapes means that previously recorded tapes were used for these recordings (i.e., the recordings are probably dubs). The WAVE files are converted to MP3s.
This collection has no playable audio.
Title Contributor Medium
Language in culture and in society and in personality McQuown, Norman A. (compiler) Text
Elementary forms of kinship and marriage: the Shoshone case (ANH 3.8 (M)) Eggan, Fred (speaker); Tax, Sol (speaker) 1/4 inch audio tape
The origins of Mediterranean endogamy (ANH 3.4 (M)) Pitt-Rivers, Julian (speaker); Tax, Sol (speaker) 1/4 inch audio tape
Language in culture and society (ANH 3.7 (M)) McQuown, Norman A. (speaker) 1/4 inch audio tape
Changing patterns of men/environment interactions in Africa from Late Tertiary to early historic times (ANH 3.6 (M)) Butzer, Karl (speaker); Tax, Sol (speaker) 1/4 inch audio tape
Interpretation of intellectual diversity (ANH 3.5 (M)) Schweder, Richard A. (speaker); Tax, Sol (speaker) 1/4 inch audio tape